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Cabbages and Kings


Published September 23, 2006


Welcome to Coralio, a pleasant South American coastal town. Heading for it is President Miraflores, who has abandoned his job but brought along an opera singer and a good chunk of his nation's treasury. A motley crew of expatriates and locals is waiting for him, and so is his strange fate....


Source Cabbages and Kings by O. Henry
Run time 6 hrs. 58 min.

Notes

Complete in 19 parts.

Contains offensive language (for characterization purposes), and I don't mean cussing.

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